It’s official

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOSTS   RIBBON CUTTING FOR SCHOOL ADDITION – The new building project was officially opened at the El Dorado Springs R-II School on Monday, Nov. 12, with a ribbon cutting in the Lower Gym followed by a open house   Present for the ribbon cutting were: (back row, from left) Chamber Secretary

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Sheriff surprises meeting with offer to provide SRO

School Board, City Council, Sheriff hold first joint meeting For the first time in anyone’s memory, all members of the El Dorado Springs City Council, plus City Manager Bruce Rogers, Police Chief Jarrod Schiereck, City Clerk Kandi Baldwin and Cedar County Sheriff James McCrary all attended a regular meeting of the El Dorado Springs School

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Holiday events downtown this Saturday

Please support the El Dorado Springs Christmas/Holiday Festivities on Saturday, Nov. 17. Christmas Parade 2018 Chamber of Commerce “Tree-Riffic” Christmas Parade Commences at 3 p.m. Holiday Expo Spring Park Community Building 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Lighting Celebration Immediately Follows Parade Conclusion Choirs, bands, Santa, food, family fun and more. All this Saturday – Downtown

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2018 Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade lineup

Conservation Dept. – EDS Police Dept – Lead, EDS Fire Truck #1, GFWC Miss Merry Christmas Candidates,  2017 Winner Miss Merry Christmas (with Little Mr/Miss Santa Winners), Little Mr & Miss Santa Contestants, EDS Firetruck #2, Walker Fire Department – Pumper Truck, EDS Fire Truck #3 (with Santa Claus). W. Hickory at Main – VFW

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Gathering evidence

CWD INSPECTION – Missouri of Department of Conservation staffers checked almost 600 deer Saturday and Sunday in the Chamber of Commerce parking lot at the corner of Hwys. 32 and 54.  Lymph nodes were removed from the deer’s neck and placed in a plastic bag and are sent that day to be tested. All the

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BBB Holiday Shopping tips

Black Friday and Cyber Monday – the official kickoff days for holiday shopping – are almost here, and some shoppers have been mapping their shopping strategy for weeks, based on pre-announced specials stores and online merchants have advertised. Better Business Bureau advises shoppers to develop a budget before going shopping – and to be aware

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‘Ask A Missouri Master Gardener’ Facebook page available to the public

Through a statewide collaboration between Missouri Master Gardeners and University of Missouri Horticulture Specialists, Missouri residents now have improved accessibility to a wider range of horticultural expertise. A newly launched “Ask A Missouri Master Gardener” Facebook page makes it possible for residents to tap into the diverse knowledge and backgrounds of degreed specialists and potentially

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Turkey Square Dance Nov. 16

On Friday, Nov. 16, the Mo-Kan Square Dancers will have their Thanksgiving Dance with Jay Wright calling. This will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Home Ec Building at the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada. Admission is $5 per adult dancer and $3 per youth dancer. All dancers and interested persons are invited

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AFTER THE ASSEMBLY

AFTER THE ASSEMBLY – James Rosbrugh relaxes with other Vietnam veterans after the Annual Veterans Day Assembly at the R-II School on Monday, Nov. 12. Rosbrugh was the speaker for the event talking about his service as a navigator during the Vietnam War. He also said that Vietnam Veterans were generally looked down upon and

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians This past Saturday was the bi-annual Osceola Heritage Tour and Fish Fry.   Richard “Rick” Reed and his wife, Deona, are very generous hosts to this living history tour.  Rick is the tour guide and accepts pre-registration for 44 people who board a school bus early in the morning for stops

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